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Fathers Day

Hey everyone and welcome back.  Well, we all know that Father's Day is not that far away, so this weekend I took some time to start on a couple of Father's Day cards.  The following is the 1st one that is completed and it turned out pretty good. I am working on the photo put so that is why I have posted so many.  I love the way the photo turn out, but I have a problem picking which ones I like the best.  Making decisions is a problem I have always had.  I tried to stick to what you might think as colors for men, so with that in mind, I used black card stock as the main card then did layers with Cream, back to Black and green, I then put a cream section inside the card for a message to be hand written.  This is the 1st time I have used more the two layers and I really like it, will be doing this more in the future

The cogs is a stamp that I colored with Spectrum Noir markers and I fussy cut and frayed the edges with the scissors. I love the frayed look on this stamp because it give it a torn look.  Remember HSN  will be doing another show with crafts on July 11th.   Below you will see the list of item for this project and as always if you have any questions please let me know.  Happy Crafting.








Sheena A little Bit Sketchy Cogs
 Spectrum Noir Markers
Crafters Companion Paper
Textures Wood Grain Embossing Folder 

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